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convencion. se habla más de mañana que de hoy, los planes han cambiado, barak obama no dará su discuro en el estadio bank of america, sino en arenatime warner se hará historia con el testimonio de joven dreamer. >>inicamos nuestra amplia cobertura. >>contraste del silencio con el estusiasmo que hay aquí en este segundo dia de convencion nacional demócrata >>a los delegados se les ha informdo que barak obama y ahora qué ya está en charlotte, donde ensayará para su discuso del jueves >>algunos simpatizantes también presentes, un poco de decepcion entre ellos, al saber que no ser realizará en el lugar tan amplio. >>ya empezaron a desmantelar el estadio de fútbol que iba a ser el lugar donde se daria el discurso de aceptacion de barak obama >>y con los asientos y preparativos se fueron también las esperanzas de 174 mil personas, entre ellos esta niña >>yo dije qué? y luego me fui por la lluvia >>se consolará con verlo por tv. >>no queremos que la lluvia cancela una conversacion importante para el país >>se realizará en el mismo lugar donde se ha escuchado a los oradores hasta ah
the governments and the companies between the two sides. as the largest economy in the u.s., california boasts the resources and a strong advantage in high tech, bio-science, agriculture, fisheries, and the forestry, and even tourism. and in terms of cooperation with china, california enjoys exceptional economic, cultural, and geographical locations and advantages. it is always is the gateway of the united states to china. as the economic and trade cooperation between china and the united states and california deepens, now we believe that trade and investment keeps growing. china is the third largest export destination for california. many multinationals like hp, intel, cisco, and chevron are doing well in china. they're making money in china. at the same time, as the close relationship is going on, many chinese companies are working in san francisco in california. i would like to name a few. the tsl, ciuts, just to name a few. these are successful chinese companies working here. as the american companies in china, the chinese companies working in california in san francisco are also making co
país que su esposo merece 4 años más en al casa blanca. >>> univisión acompaña al alcalde de los Ángeles antonio villarraigosa en su desafío. >>> y un alivio para decdenas de estudiantes hijos de indocumentados en la florida que dejarande pagar matrículas más costosas, comenzamos. >>> este es su noticiero univisión edición nocturna con ilia calderón y enrique acevedo y desde charlotte, sede de la convención nacional demócrata maría elena salinas ♪. >>> qué tal, muy buenas noches, desde charlotte carolina del norte, sede de la convención nacional demócrata, esta noche los hispanos han sido protagonistas de la convención, donde un hispano pronunció el discurso central, un hispano joven que vino a decirle a la gente latina por qué tiene que seguir apoyando al presidente barack obama, también el alcalde de san antonio julián castro presnetó a la primera dama michelle obama, luis mejid con lo más destacado adelante >>> buenas noches, maría elena salinas, en un ambiente de fiesta, los demócratas se reunieron para recuperar el entusiasmo de hace años, y para dec
on blossom hill road. moving up to the northeast at 35 to 40 miles per hour. right now in the 50s by the afternoon and again tomorrow a chance of thunderstorms very scattered weekend drier with temperatures close to where they should be this time of year. low to upper 80s south bay campbell 84° peninsula low to upper 70s redwood city 78. upper 50 to near 60 coast. through the north bay valleys low to mid 80s beaches 60° east bay shore, from 70 berkeley, 81 fremont inland low to mid 90s here and mid to upper 80s morgan hill, gilroy, hollister mid 60s to 70 monterey bay. tonight cloud cover moisture keeping news the mid 50s to mid 60s. we have an upper level low developing to our west had been bringing us a very dry pattern now we have moisture starting to move in and because of that moisture, we are going to see scattered thunderstorms develop. the best chance during the morning is over the ocean i think that will dry up and during the afternoon we'll start to see more storms over land those will fade overnight with more storms developing over the ocean and then again tomorrow we
importante porque han aprobado mantenerse en el gobierno cuatro años más. (idioma no español). >> ya la convencion demócrata esta inagurada con la presencia de sus delegados que tendrán que aprobar buscando la reelección. >> lo más importante y algo nuevo que nunca se ha visto. >> moviendo a estados unidos adelante. viendo temas como migración y regularizar para que los indocumentados salgan de la oscuridad. propone aumentar los impuestos pasra los que ganan más. y una extensión para quienes ganan menos. sobre el matrimonio de homosexuales piden que se revoque el acta de matirmonio de 1986, sobre el aborto defiende el derecho de la mujer a un aborto seguro y legal. a pesar de apoyar los recortes, manifiesta su compromiso por una presencia militar fuerte. >> queremos asegurar que el partido demócrata entienda, nosotros proyectamos que van a votar en noviembre. >> por eso las organizaciones latinas se reunieron para recordar la importancia del voto hispano y los votantes. >> vemos que se consideran independientes aunque están registrados con un partido dicen que no han tomado la
off of mexico actually. and now a lot of this is high based but certainly a possibility of that. 50s in temperatures, antioch 60. low 50s, mid-50s. the cloud cover along with low clouds and high clouds. a descent sea breeze there. as a stronger component of that the combination will give as cooler pattern. tough to see that, there is a low doing that today and tomorrow. so we will have to deal with that. again there could be showers and maybe inland could pop up. but low and high clouds, cooler. partly cloudy that should say or partly clouds. forecast high 60 to 90, most temperatures starting to come down, 60s, 70s, 80s and 80s to near 90 but that will do that but we will throw in a possibility of that. most of it would be east and south of us i believe but it is close. then things start to clear out a little bit on friday. the weekend looks nice, just calm, night morning fog then sunny and mild, pam. >> thank you, steve. >>> 4:38 is the time. the police chief talked to ktvu about the deadly police shooting. only on 2 -- >> -- actions? >> absolutely. >> the reason he says his officer
rain and lightning the biggest concern because it could spark a fire or two. by 4:00 upper 80s inland, 80 around the bay, 60 at the coast. as we look the next three days, possibility exists for more thunderstorms, random, tomorrow and then drier, quieter friday, saturday, temperatures close to where they should be for this time of the year. time for traffic. >>> happy wednesday! pretty light conditions out there at this hour as you might imagine live shot of 680 through walnut creek, what a difference from yesterday morning when we had a nightmare of traffic situation there. right now flowing smoothly, a little slowing towards the 24 junction through the san ramon valley southbound 680 construction through danville and alamo area, various lanes blocked for the next little bit. no significant delays past the scene. looking good through the emeryville area into berkeley and macarthur maze this is 80 westbound east shore freeway no delays. bay bridge toll remains light. earlier accident 580 west after grant line that is clear. flowing smoothly from livermore up and over the altamont pass
and tomorrow in line for a possibility of showers. 50s to 60 degrees. 60 antioch, 58 san jose, cloudy there, mountain view 59, 50 there, san rafael napa 53, west- southwest 21 travis, that is stronger than yesterday, a sign that sea breeze is kicking in, so a combination giving us a cooling trend, look at this. so mostly cloudy here, could be sun breaks later on. this will also throw humidity into the mix so a tropical feel inland, probably not near the coast because already too cool with 50s and 60s. today and tomorrow moisture coming up. so low clouds, cooler, a mix of sun and clouds today. a possibility of a few little garden variety showers all coming up from right down out of the south to that does that. we will mention that. muggy inland, possible showers today and also tomorrow. so kind of just the mix here. partly cloudy, cooler. a possibility of showers, maybe thunder showers, again we need a little bit more than what we have today but it is getting close so we will do that. 60s, 70s 80s today and tomorrow. keep an eye on the sky here, friday clears out, night and morning fog and a
. >> >> welcome back. 4:49. cooler along the coast, half moon bay 56 san francisco, 70s and 80s around the bay most 80s inland to 90s in the east bay valleys. across the country 77 seattle, lot of 70s fargo, minneapolis and boston many 80s, 90s, until you get to dallas and phoenix, triple digits. philadelphia flight arrival delay, charlotte flight departure delays. o'hare flight arrival delays with the low clouds we may have delays here at sfo. use our flight tracker abc7news.com. >>> 4:49. this morning a san jose firefighter who suffered a heart attack while battling a church fire is showing significant signs of improvement. frank ryan is awake and talking to family and friends now. he still is listed in critical condition word of his improving is the news a lot of people have been waiting for. many of his co-workers have been by his side since he collapsed last thursday. they are vowing to stay with him and his family until he recovers. >>> police in chinatown warning about a trio of women targeting residents. a woman in pink is the mark. earlier the suspects convinced her she stepped on blo
. >>> fedex cuts lower earnings forecast. >>> u.s. department of justice accuses bp of gross negligence over the gulf of mexico spill, blaming bp's culture of recklessness. >>> thailand central bank says they keep interest rates on hold at 3%. >>> welcome to today's program. we're going to get straight to the data. >> and the data ain't that great. >> final services pmi today for the eurozone has come in at 47.2. flash number was 47.5. in july it was 47.9. final composite pmi, 46.6 flash point. eurozone likely to have stepped back into recession according to these numbers, if you do the read through from that. a seventh month of con tracks. new orders dwindling. august pmi slightly below earlier flash estimate. joining us with his own thoughts right now is larry hathaway at ubs investment. thanks for joining us. whilst we wait for the ecb, the economics is getting worse. how much worse is the economics going to get? >> well, it is. it's confirming the recession that's been under way now and it continues. confidence is very weak. fiscal policy is being tightened. interest rates are very high
in a notorious graffiti crew. seary credits s.j.p.d.'s -- a group of suspected taggers was charged with a so-called gang enhancement. that group racked up more than $60,000 in property damage alone a bill that will be picked up by taxpayers. >> the big deal is look around, the graffiti everywhere makes the city look ugly and it doesn't make it seem safe. this tagging is gang tagging and if it gets crossed out, that's a sign of disrespect and that leads to violence. >> eight homicide in 11 days, four of them gang related. the last member set for sentencing september 25. >>> the stalemate is over tonight for cal state and it's faculty members who have been working without a contract for two years. the faculty has now voteded in favor of a new four-year deal. this has ended months of sometimes angry bargaining. it preserves current working conditions. >>> red light cameras would get new scrutiny awaiting the governor's signature which may come tonight. too often the cameras aren't installed as a safety feature, but really is a way to make cities to help them make money. the proposal would estab
cinema box office. (narrator) in the mid-30's, the national recovery act was declared unconstitutional but it took until 1948 for the supreme court to finally put its nail in the system's coffin. it ordered the majors to sell their cinemas and function as distribution and production companies only. the classic studio era was over. paramount was the first to consent and as a result, its profits dropped from $20 million to $6 million in one year. the studios were so efficient that it was an oligarchy and the government came in and said, "no, no." it was much more efficient when the studios made movies, distributed the movies, and exhibited the movies. that ended in 1948 with the paramount decree. no more theatre holdings, no more cash flow, can't pay the overhead. (thomas schatz) you can't maintain and run the factory. when you own theatres, you knew that you had a seller. that a picture would go in and do so much money and you could depend on that. now without the theatres, you didn't have that insurance. so there was a tendency to cut back on production. when you cut back on production
>> in the south bay temperatures or in the upper 70's in one one and a chance of thunderstorms into tomorrow. whatever his mid-50s as we head out tomorrow morning. in a chance of showers of the remnants of tropical cyclone john. >> apple has sent out there in by its foreign of them being held bonds of timber 12 12 in s francisco. that is next wednesday. [ male announcer ] sizzler's classic tri-tip and endless salad bar for $11.99. we start with tri-tip that's cut fresh daily, add in seasonal salads, soups, and sweet treats. sizzler. member month barack obama and mitt romney rose a bit in this aerospace gear >>robin: technology has taken center stage during this election campaign. the president was wrong last wednesday for asked me anything he entered 10 of the most popular questions. >> normally conventions and television debates with the only ways to speak with the public. this new form will improve access and engagement. ron >> analysts say that the campaign is about communication it is about reaching people in mobilizing people. >>catherine: messages can be targeted across many sites
for many today. it will be muggy inland. not so much coast and bay. mostly cloudy, thinned 60s, 70s and 80s for the most part due to the cloud cover. everyone else is stuck due to the cloud cover. i don't think things are going to change too much. we have one band here. there could be another one in the afternoon. if we get a break, that will add instability. that moisture is being drawn up today and tomorrow from a low right off the coast. we'll swing in a lot of cloud cover. so partly to mostly cloudy. cooler. we already have some showers here and they are lighting up repy -- they are lighting up early. 60s, 70s and 80s. a few upper os and kind of a tropical mix in there. we'll carry that into thursday, clear it out on friday. it looks like a night and morning low pattern. >>> a lucky student out there, you have a chance to leave your mark in space history. there is a nationwide competition to name an asteroid. it's about a third of a mile wide. there are predictions it could collide with earth in the 20th century. the new name can't be longer than 36 customers. the students can submit en
pattern today, 60s, 70s and 80s, back to you. >> thank you, steve. sal is off this morning. we are keeping a close eye on traffic for you, a look at the toll plaza, what is happening there. pretty usual there with people starting to make their way into san francisco and stopping off there on the right part of your screen, slowing down probably through the next hour. >> can i talk about 880? >> sure. >> let's look there. more traffic showing up both sides of the freeway. getting busy, this past the coliseum towards oakland. >> we also begin our news this morning with continuing coverage of the chp officer wounded during a traffic stop yesterday morning. we are covering it all morning yesterday. 37-year-old officer kenyon youngstrum fighting for his life this morning. he stopped a jeep yesterday morning in alamo, the l not ide fire. we have team coverage. claudine wong is at the chp office with an update but first alex savage is at the medical center with the vigil for officer youngstrum, alex. >> reporter: good morning, yes, the officer's family is asking everyone to offer their prayers as
of the here's a look at our day planner. it's a muggy morning out there, 70s, even near 80. low 80s by noon with mid- to upper 80s for highs today. 85 at 5:00. winds southwest 5 to 10. a line of showers and storms extending from new england new england, pennsylvania, western maryland and west virginia. some of this is coming slower toward the northern then down ya valley. cumberland, glare -- the shenandoah valley. cumberland, garrett county. we'll be watching this cross the region as we go through the morning. 73 in winchester and leesburg. culpeper and manassas are 75. on the bay 80 in annapolis, easton. with enough sunshine, we could be closer to 90 this afternoon. it will be muggy either way. 5:00 a.m., monika samtani, timesaver traffic. >>> thank you so much. good morning, everybody. if you're planning to head around town, this is what it looks like on the beltway. no problems to report. all of that overnight construction has been cleared up. we're going to first take a look if you're planning to head in on the dulles toll road or 66, lanes are open coming in from the west. no issues i
, which are controlled by syrian rebels. despite its claim iraq and the u.s. have a strategic partnership, iraq's tolerance of iran's using of their airspace starkly points out the limits of the obama administration's influence there. vice president joe biden made an august phone call to the iraqi prime minister to discuss the syrian crisis, and a source told the "times" mr. biden registered concern over the iranian flights. >> well, now here's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. in florida surveillance video shows a car plowing into a restaurant after it was accidentally put in reverse. the good news, nobody was inside at the time, and the two people in the car only suffered minor injuries. but the bad news, it happened just a half an hour before that restaurant was going to open for its first day of business. >>> well, in massachusetts, more car trouble. an elderly driver was backing into his garage when he hit the gas instead of the brake, and it landed him right in his next-door neighbor's pool after crashing through the fence. he is said to be okay. >>> i
with the valuables. monday they struck again, using that conon another victim making off with 35,000s ndz cash. >> and hackers say they have tapped into an fbi agent lap top, gaining access to one million unique device numbers for apple products. the hacking collective then leaked all of the numbers and says it's an effort to cull attention to what it says is evidence that the government is potentially tracking people, apple did allow developers to access numbers to monitor user activity and target ads. the cap last announced it was phasing out that kind of access. >> and well, in this economy, as we know, people find themselves in a bind and we need money, quickly. >> many turned to so called pay day lenders. you've seen those. there is news about operations tonight. >> yeah. big news. we have a huge crack down onion line pay day lenders. state regulators issued nine citations to internet pay day lenders operating illegally in the state of california. many advertise they can get up to a thousand dollars into your accounts in as little as one hour. the ones unlicensed are offering loans in exc
: convert suffered the worst of the damp. displacing 4 91 s who live there. >> p uc says it was 42 inch main that broke and part of newly renovated system but still investigating the cause of that break. in san francisco, abc 7 news. >>> moving on to weather was. reporter depend on tips forecast looks pretty good. >> yes. some of the warmer more summer lake heat from the inland area will start to dissipate over the next few days but remain nice an mild and mostly dry. l mostly. here's east bay camera over in emeryville. things are looking good over there. a little moisture in the air. haze pick up there but the lecloud and fog are pretty much cop typhoon to the coast line right now and mainly clear around the bay inland. you can see the image of the fog pressed up against the coast line and moving locally across the coast and north bay there. right now mainly clear skies and temperature readings of 72 in san rafael. 55 in san francisco. 63 oakland. 74 over antioch. 61 if san jose. these are the highlights. partly cloudy overnight. see mix of clouds sun tomorrow quite a bit of sun
temperature, partly cloudy today and the next few days with highs in the low 90's,. back to you. >> thank you. let's start with the beltway near university boulevard. no delays right now. one lane was getting by. there's a new traffic configuration in the long term work zone. it changed overnight. both sides of the beltway, the long term work zone is now three lanes to the right and one lane to the left on the inner loop at university boulevard and new hampshire. it's just a different pattern starting today. ongoing bbuild work continues. 95 and 395, hov lanes are open all the way from dumphries and to the 14th street bridge. no accidents or incidents. most of the road where it is out of the way. we did have an earlier accident on the inner loop at braddock road that's now gone. back to you. >> thank you. new this morning, one person was killed and another wounded during the shooting at a midnight victory rally for the new premier of quebec. >> she was removed from the stage. the shooter is a 50-year-old man. he shouted, "the english are waking up." he says a small fire behind the building be
into san francisco. tab as ranging from the '50s of the coastline to the '90s in our inland valleys. as we move into tomorrow we will start to see some changes, increasing cloud cover and high clouds as we see the remnants of tropical cyclone john making its way of the west coast. that will bring us the chance of spotting thunderstorms. >>pam: ahead at 5:00 p.m., continuing coverage of the chp officers shooting. we will go back live to walnut creek from a day plus, your facebook comments. the democratic national convention is under way in north carolina, we'll bring you the big speakers tonight as well as political analysis. >> it is official, apple has sent out invites to the press for a media event on wednesday of next week. this is when the next iphone will be unveiled. that is coming up in my tech report. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. call at&t now to get u-verse high
sue hall has latest now. we're going begin abc 7's vic lee. >> and and it's been a long day for investigate skbrorz they've been on that freeway all day long z who is the driver. and why did he shoot the officer? >> there are many unanswered questions. why was the officer car parked in front of the suspect's jeep? normally they pull up behind cars they stop. but the car did have one device that may help investigators answer questions. >> we do have video we're going to analyze to see what happened. >> chp is withholding names but told horters -- reporters he's based in the contra costa county field office in martinez. >> taken to john muir medical center and said to be in critical condition at this time. >> the shooting happened at about 8:20 this morning in alamo on southbound interstate 680. investigators say the exchange of gunfire occurred after the officer made a traffic stop on a jeep. a second officer in another patrol car was also on the scene. here is sheriffs spokesman jimmy lee. >> first officer did make contact with the driver. and shortly thereafter, the driver
into low to mid-80s. these are the highlights. more isolated thunderstorms during overnight hours and clearing out tomorrow mild pattern and calmer one friday through sunday. overnight lows into mid-50s tonight. clear skies inland. sheer what's happening with satellite radar composite image. a remnant low from what was tropical storm john. there are scattered showers we've shown you. at 7:00 tonight, slight chance of storms. the moisture moves through and will be out of here by morning and then, we'll start to get a more seasonal type of day in the afternoon hours tomorrow. speaking of afternoon tomorrow, south bay, partly cloudy skies, high temperatures on the mild side, into upper 70s to low 80s in campbell. on peninsula, upper 60s to mid to upper 70s. 77 in mountain view. mid to upper 50s on the coast. there is a high of 65 degrees tomorrow, north bay highs from upper 70s to low 80s. there is highs low to mid-70s for the most part. inland east bay, highs into mid to upper 80s. here is the accu-weather forecast. there is a rather steady pattern friday through sunday, mid-80s inl
prior to joining the chp he was a u.s. army reservist. youngstrom's family and friends have been coming by john muir medical center all day and into the evening. as you can see here, his family was escorted by officers this afternoon so they could be by his side. >> i have been speaking with officer youngstrom's family, and they have asked me to convey their thanks to their extended family and friends, the law enforcement and public safety community and the public for their support. >> a great individual. a super individual, a man of faith and support and encourage meant to those around him and his fail members, and just -- his family members and just hearing the stories that it goes along with the kind of guy that i know. >> we have seen a steady stream of officers in uniform. i am told someone will stay with youngstrom through the night, and he will never be alone. youngstrom's family have come from northern and southern california, and the chp told me awhile ago that they are having a very hard time right now and have asked for their privacy. the entire thing has shaken up not
of economic numbers. manufacturing activity in the u.s. dropped for the third straight month. the institute of supply management's gauge of manufacturing slipped in august to 49.6, the lowest reading in two years. american factories have been a critical source of new jobs. a separate report showed that spending on construction projects in july dropped. that decline comes after three months of gains. all that discouraging news weighed on stocks. the dow lost 55 points, the nasdaq added eight, and the s&p fell by almost two points. >> tom: all this data on the economy comes as we begin what's traditionally the toughest month to be a shareholder. there's no shortage of uncertainty this september for investors-- the election in full-swing, europe and the approaching tax hikes and spending cuts. here's suzanne pratt. >> reporter: august on wall street can be downright dull, with little volume and few headlines. but history shows september can be trouble, particularly for stock investors. since 1929, the s&p 500 has lost an average of 1.2% in september, making it the worst month of the year for s
limits at dangerfield island south of the airport. u.s. park police tell us it is just an abundance of caution with all the low flying planes and aviation safety issues. they want to make sure nothing distracts the pilot or gets sucked into an engine. >> as for the airport itself, changes are in the works. we learned of some plans to upgrade terminal a at reagan national. the short-term fixes include a new passenger screening check point and some expanded baggage carousels. >> after strong criticism for lavish travel spending and insider contracts. last month, the federal transportation secretary, the mayor of d.c., and governors of virginia and maryland question the board's practices and demanded changes. as peggy fox reports, the first big change did come today. so did another strong rebuke. >> i want to make it absolutely clear that this board takes your questions and concerns very seriously. >> mike, chair of the metropolitan washington air force authority which runs both local airports and building the silver line, had one more misstep to clean up. >> i'm deeply troubled.
thinking about my parents. they're in their 70s and you know, my parents took care of me my whole life and i'd like to return that favor. >> absolutely. >> and my parents are in great health, but i do notice things that i'm like, well, my dad is getting a little older. you know, maybe walking a little slower. you know, certain things, things are a little bit more sore. to me, it's such a great opportunity to have a product like omega xl so that i can do something to give back to my parents who did so much for me. and to know that it will help them in the aging process, you know, do it more smoothly and comfortably. >> well, when you talk about caring for your parents and you had a mother, father was gone, and mom is now living over 50 miles away, 60 miles away and she calls you at night in pain, you can't just jump up and drive 50 miles, 60 miles, 80 miles. there's studies that show that if your mother is at 10, 15, 20 miles away, you're out of bed, you're right there. but if she's 50, 60, 80 or 100 miles away, what do you do? and now you can't sleep the rest of the night. you're
posting gains today. the s&p just barely down. some individual stocks, watch out. liz: waiting for the news that is poised to happen. when the bell rings, we have a strategist who will give you three ways to hedge september. david: the ceo of overstock.com joining us as business leaders, what policy does he want implemented to stimulate growth? and why wall street is deeply flawed. liz: first, what drove the markets today with the data download. a nice day on wall street with the dow managing to eat out gains. today's top performers, nostrils and utilities the biggest liger. crossing a flat line 13 times today. up, down all around. copper closed above the 100 day moving average for the first time since man reports the european central bank will unveil a new a limited bond buying program, copper closing up 1.7%. a tale of two cities in the energy market. while edging slightly higher, up $0.06, $95.36 per barrel. pdc natural gas? raising yesterday's gains, natural gas falling 2.1%. david: we have it all covered, telling us why he think european stocks are attractive, and chris jo
the lack of fire reported today in the u.s. economy. >> now come to order! >> reporter: the democratic convention began in charlotte without president obama. [ cheers ] >> reporter: he went to norfolk and did not mention the economic news. factory activity down for a third straight month. construction spending way down in july. >> on thursday night, i will offer what i believe is a better path forward. a path that will create good jobs. >> reporter: an obama goal this charlotte is to get key voter groups he needs refired up and ready to go. in last month's nbc news poll, just 52% of young voters, only 49% of latinos, said they're enthusiastic about the election. 20 points lower than last time. democrats hope michelle obama can help tonight in her primetime speech urging a big turnout. >> it's our responsibility at whatever age to exercise the rights that people before us fought so hard for us to have. >> i'm going to be at home and watching it with our girls. and i am going to try not to let them see their daddy cry. because when michelle starts talking, i -- i start getting all misty.
clinton tonight in charlotte. my guess is we'll get a great rendition of how good things were in the 1990s but we're not going to hear much about how things have been in the last four years. >> holman: meanwhile republican presidential nominee mitt romney continued debate preparations at a private home in vermont. however he took a quick trip to an appliance store in nearby lebanon, new hampshire, where he spoke with supporters about the needs of small business. wall street hesitated today, after a profit warning from the shipping giant fed-ex. the company said it's being hurt by a slowdown in business-- the latest sign that the global economy is dialing back. that was enough to keep stocks in check. the dow jones industrial average gained 11 points to close at 13,047. the nasdaq fell five points to close at 3,069. the passage of hurricane isaac has exposed oil from the 2010 spill, along the louisiana and alabama coastline. b.p. acknowledged today that the oily tar came from its record- breaking leak at a gulf well site. the tar balls and mats had been buried under sand since then, but re-
young strom could tonight spites for his life in the u.s. army reserves received officer for seven years he is here the medical center family by his side. during the best secant is alive. stinkweeds ... there's a report of the apostle of the service possibly down. that is the apostle possible 911 dispatch from this morning that the father of four ends chp officer of seven years on my support. his family visited throughout the evening. >>> and for the best and we want to come home unfortunately we have an officer that is out there any condition. coffee officer young sam is not only a co-worker but he is also a friend. the officer was making a traffic stop on a jeep. the driver suddenly opened fire, another chp officer who arrived as back up shot and wounded the suspect. he then held young sam until paramedics arrived. the suspect died in hospital cbs five has learned that he was driving was last registered to a person and they point to the registered owner couldn't afford the towing fees and left them in the hands of a 2 yd. he hadn't seen his seat since until now. the waves the officer
as a patriot with the u.s. army reserve. >> reporter: the veteran is currently in critical condition. authorities say he and another officer pulled over the person driving this green jeep. he was shot. immediately the second officer opened fire, shooting the driver who later died. the acting chief says the officer's infectious are currently by his side >> they asked me to convey their thanks to their extended family and friends, the law enforcement and public safety community, and the public for their support in this difficult time for them. >> reporter: the circumstances behind the traffic stop are unknown at this hour. it's also unclear why one of the officers parked in front. the jeep. what is clear is that his family members and friends are hoping for the best. >> we also ask for everyone's prayers as he fights for his life. thank you very much. >> reporter: the officer is on life support here at the medical center in walnut creek. he's been with the chp for seven years. if we get any update, we'll bring it to you here on kron4 news. jr stone, kron4 news. >> and there has been an
to joining the chp he was a u.s. army reservist. youngstrom's family and ir medi muir medical center all day and into the evening. as you can see here, his family was escorted by officers this afternoon so they could be by his side. >> i have been speaking with officer youngstrom's family, and they have asked me to convey their thanks to their extended fr family and friends, the law enforcement and public safety community and the public for their support. >> a great individua a supe a super individual, a man of faith and support and encourage meant to those around him and his fail members, and just -- his family members and just hearing the stories that it goes along with the kind of guy that i know. >> we have seen a steady stream of officers in uniform. i am told someone will stay with youngstrom through the night, and he will never be alone. youngstrom's family have come from northern and southern california, and the chp told me awhile ago that they are having a very hard time right now and have asked for their privacy. the entire thing has shaken up not just law enforcement officials, bu
in the immediate area here in the 70s. you will feel athe humidity out there this morning. let's see if that will stick around, as tucker would say, for the rest of the morning. -- you will feel a little humidity out there this morning. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. we want to el you about a great event happening today with dr. oz. he will be at the howard university college of medicine giving free physicals to 1,000 people. >> we do want to point out all of today's participants are preregistered. the physicals will be given only to those already signed up. please do not come forward to howard for you are not selected a few weeks ago. we'll check in with holly morris in our 6:00 hour. she will be out there. >> that is a great event. >> you're taking my material. >> you love to say that. you always think it is so clever every time you do. >> early. i'm hoping people aren't quite awake yet. i try to save my real good stuff for later in the morning. it is hot and humid across the region. temperatures right now in the upper 70s and even a few spots that touch 80 degrees this
heart, is still the same man i fell in love with all s ago.year >> offering a wife and mothers prospective to convince voters to reelect president. president barack knows the american dream because he has dreamit. [cheers and applause] -- because he has lived it. he wants everyone to have the opportunity a matter who we whatr where we are from or who we love.or >> it wrapped up an opening the first included keynote address by a latino, the antonio tx, julian castro. >> when detroit was in trouble, the autoaved industry and 1 million jobs. seven presidents before him try health care to all americans. president obama got it done. >> there was a tribute to edward kennedy and a message from carter >>sident jimmy . with all that remains to be done evidence the overwhelming, president obama america.ader for >> the dnc festivities are just getting started. wednesday night bill clinton address the delegates. obama will accept the nomination. on nomination on thursday. we will have reports week.hout the romney will face competition in virginia. the state board of elections as a former c
they start to get maybe mid-50s you want to start to think, eh, maybe we're -- >> all right, jeff. sue, you have another guy here there? >> kenny pulcari, do you agree? >> i think it's exactly what he said. once that number better than 50% it is like the individual investor's always late to the party. they watch the market melt up over the last couple of months and feel like i'm going to miss this. it's always the point. right? september's a tough month and people really need to take a quick breath, take a step back for a minute and watch the unfolding drama. september's full of a lot of drama as we know. >> which brings us to the possibility of qe3 in the u.s. and the possibility that grurp gets the house in order with the address of mr. draghi. >> listen. there's a lot of macroeconomic data. we have the whole political election with us. the democratic convention this week and headlines kind of causing the market to do actually nothing today. like we see insurance. >> very much on hold. >> the ecb tomorrow is thursday and looking forward to it and until the german high court passes on the
. temperatures in the '70s and upper 80s. this evening the fog will roll back as the sun begins to set. >>darya: our big story is the condition of the chp officer that was shot in the neck yesterday. he remains in critical condition after that traffic stop on that ended of stopping all traffic because of the shooting where he was injured. the suspect was shot and killed. we still did not have any information but we do know that he lives in fairfield and is at john muir medical center in walnut creek. >> he is on life support after being shot in an active ever since this happened, officers have been coming and going offering their support. here is new information as far as the investigation is concerned. they received reports of an erratic driver in the area at the time of the sheeting. another theory is that the driver had expired tags. >> he was a great individual. >> he is a father for. he has two daughters ended ¢ . grandmother has been an outpouring of support in the neighborhood where he lives. neighbors tell us that he was a good guy with a tough job pierce >> i a.m taken aback. he
. quiet outside. by noon 82 degrees. southwest winds at about 5 to 10. highs in the mid- to upper #s on. it's not -- upper 80s. it's not going to rain all day. we'll have a threat of showers and thunderstorms on and off. figure that pops could put down some heavy downpours. we'll have the weekend outlook when i return. here's monika with your timesaver traffic. >> we'll take a look at the beltway in prince george's county. first of all on the inner loop between route 1 and kenilworth, stay to the left to get around construction. here at central avenue you're okay. also construction in laurel southbound 95 to 16 and 198 in the right lane. i'll be back with more traffic at 4:47. >>> it is time for the first your money segment of the morning. >> the market is going to be turquoise today. i just wanted you to understand why. look the at stereo around he. >> we coordinate. you have the color, too. >> i sort of blend why. >> you're working it. we're hoping investors are going to work it today. we're hoping for a better day. wall street ended mixed yelled but at least it wasn't down across the
? >> more than 80% of the u.s. economy and 80% of the population is in major metro areas across the united states. where we're jobs are created. we're where people are migrating to create their future, and you'll find across america, the mast majority of major american cities are headed by centrist, very pra pragmatic, democratic mayors sphwhrood pick up on that question, mayor reed of atlanta, what difference does it make to american cities who is president? we know federal dollars are are shrinking, whether there's a democrat or republican in the white house. >> . >> you don't get to make excuses in cities. so having a president like barack obama who understands that cities really do drive our economy, has allowed us to get a much greater share and distribution of resources. seats a matter to our bottom line. every single mayor that is sitting here right now has a budget that is stronger because of the direct support of this administration. it makes a huge difference. >> woodruff: how do you answer that question? >> i agree. i've said many times eye get asked the question a lot because i
, anyone can have a bank account, things to an innovative program, bank on s.f. >> everyone is welcome, even if you are not a citizen or have bad credit to qualify for a bank account is simple. just live or work in san francisco and have a form of id. >> we started bank on s.f. six years ago to reach out to folks in the city who do not have a bank account. we wanted to make sure they know they have options which should be more low-cost, more successful to them and using chat catchers. >> check cashing stores can be found all over the city, but they're convenient locations come with a hidden price. >> these are big. >> i remember coming in to collect -- charged a fee to collect a monogram. >> people who use check catchers, particularly those who use them to cash their paychecks all year long, they can pay hundreds, even a thousand dollars a year just in fees to get access to their pay. >> i do not have that kind of money. >> i would not have to pay it if i had a bank account. >> bank accounts are essential. they keep your money saved and that helps save for the future. most banks requir
in the 1990's, but not much about how things had been at the past four years. >> democrats are scrambling to regroup because of the weather. president was supposed to arrive here today and there was also supposed to be a voter registration drive. tracie potts, wbal-tv 11 news. >> maryland gov. martin o'malley was one of last night's speakers, and he is receiving praise for his work. analysts have said that his performance was better this year than in 2004. he walked out to a cheering crowd on tuesday night and told them that america needs to move forward. the way to do that, according to the governor, reelect president obama. >> we understand that progress is a choice. job creation is a choice. whether we move forward or back, this, too, is a choice, and that is what this election is all about. >> baltimore native senator barbara mikulski is slated to speak at the convention tonight. another maryland politician is facing legal troubles. ifother woman is claiming t she was sexually harassed by anne arundel county executive john leopold. carla sagerholm describes herself as an employee of l
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